Staying with one company doesn't mean you're stagnating or failing to grow. In this episode of Career Curves, guest Dan Henkle shares how the moves he made within one company to build a rich, challenging, fulfilling career.
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Meet the Guest
Dan Henkle is a Human Resources and Sustainability Executive with 30 years of experience at Oracle and Gap Inc. Key roles have included SVP of Global Human Resources, SVP of Global Sustainability and President of the Gap Foundation. He has a proven ability to lead in highly complex, global operating environments and to develop highly effective teams across a variety of disciplines and geographies. He also has a consistent track record of improving overall business performance and employee engagement. Dan is currently the CEO of The Henkle Group and Co-Founder of Career Curves.
Dan is the Chair of the Board of Directors for the global human rights organization Social Accountability International. He also serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Drew School in San Francisco.
Dan earned his BS in Accounting and General Management at Purdue University and his MBA with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. He currently lives in San Francisco.